Jayne Albiston Co-Founder PoD AU-NZ Business Network, Author, Connector, Trainer Across the Globe, right now, we all have an equal opportunity to leave a lockdown legacy in both our personal and wider business circles and right here with our LinkedIn network. What we write, what we post, share and comment…
Jayne Albiston Co-Founder PoD AU-NZ Business Network, Author, Connector, Trainer Brothers, what we do in life… echoes in eternity. — Maximus Decimus Meridius, Commander of the Armies of the North, General of the Felix Legions, loyal servant to the true Emperor Marcus Aurelius, father to a murdered son, husband to…
I’ve been having an interesting experience these past couple of weeks as the target of a few people on social media whose views differ from my own.
What is key in any business success story is an adequate networking plan–a plan that can help launch your small business from the ground up.
Business Networking is crucial to the success of your business. Building a foundational web of contacts, support and resources can be the difference between success and moderate success, or success and failure.
Networking is an incredible tool for developing business and growing a company or endeavor. Entrepreneurs can definitely take advantage of joining groups, marketing their products and services and establishing relations to meet their objectives.
Networking is a skill that requires a lot of time, planning and organization for it to be effective. Being efficient also involves correctly managing your contacts.
Networking is more than just going to functions. It is about building relationships and developing a viable network. Your network should consist of trusted advisors and colleagues who are instrumental in your networking success.
Even savvy networkers can experience a decline or slow down in networking activity. There are many reasons for unpredictable situations such as the time of the year, holidays, changes in the industry / economic climate, etc